Press Releases - March 2007
- Big Tent Entertainment Selects Play Along ® As Master Toy Licensee For Japanese Character Sensation ()
- Anime Guests and New Events Announcements For Sogen Con ()
- ADV Announces Releases for May 22 and May 29 ()
- Anime Network Scores New SVOD Carriage with WideOpenWest ()
- Anime Expo Tour from Japan ()
- Madman Releases Bleach ()
- Madman Releases Hellsing Ultimate ()
- I.G 20th Anniversary project "Ghost Hound" unveiled at TAF 2007 ()
- North American Theatrical Debut of First Naruto Film ()
- ADV Announces May 15 Releases ()
- Dark Horse Announces Dirty Pair Novels ()
- Dark Horse Announces MPD-Psycho ()
- I.G and Kazuto Nakazawa animate Kao's New CM "Asience: Hairy Tales" ()
- Anime Network to premiere First-ever American Anime Awards ()
- Korean and Japanese Animation at the Egyptian Theatre ()
- 4Kids Entertainment Reports Year-End 2006 Results ()
- Tomy And D3Publisher Of America Announce Naruto Fighting Game For Nintendo's Wii System ()
- ADV Announces May 8 Releases ()
- Juné by DMP Announces Yaoi Con 2007 Guest – Hinako Takanaga ()
- Anime Network Launches 5 New 24/7 Linear Channels in Texas ()
- Pokemon TCG - Newest Collector Tins ()
- Speed Racer May 9, 2008 ()
- Online Pre-Registration Now Open at MetroConventions.com ()
- The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya & Cutie Honey English Dubs to Premiere at Sakura-Con ()
- DLSite Open to International Submissions ()
- Production I.G to animate clip for Maaya Sakamoto's Universe ()
- Madman releases Robotech: Shadow Chronicles ()
- GDH to Collaborate with Eminence Symphony Orchestra in The Animated Romeo x Juliet ()
- Tokyopop Rising Stars Online Voting ()
- UC Irvine Extension Offers New Courses on Manga & Anime ()
- Gonzo's 15th Anniversary Title Afro Samurai Goes On-Air in Japan ()
- AnimagiC - Germany's biggest Anime Convention - Guests of Honor ()
- Bandai Visual USA and Geneon Entertainment Sign North American Distribution Agreement ()
- New SXSW dates for J-Rock band mothercoat ()
- FUNimation Entertainment Brings Top-rated Anime to Broadcast TV in New York City ()
- DC Anime Club To Host Video Gaming Days ()
- Play! Hartford to celebrate world-premieres ()
- Geneon Acquires When They Cry (Higurashi no Naku Koroni) ()
- Infinity Studious Licenses Mediaworks' Iono-Sama Fanatics ()
- ADV Announces May 1 Release--UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie ()
- FUNimation's Fullmetal Alchemist Wins Five Awards at the Inaugural American Anime Awards ()
- JACON 2007 Pre-Registration Ends March 17, 2007 ()
- Florida Supercon Announces Three New Guests ()
- Florida Supercon Adds Todd Nauck, Christopher Ayres, Phillip Lee McCall II ()
- Madman Releases Karas ()
- Madman Releases Ergo Proxy ()
- Right Stuf's Anime Today Talks To Heart with Actor Rich McNanna ()
- The Japan Information and Culture Center, Embassy of Japan presents: Roland Kelts ()
- Go!Comi To Publish Masque of the Red Death ()
- Anime Expo March Madness ()
- Viz Announces New Anime Titles at New York ComicCon ()
- 'Otaku USA Magazine' Launching in June ()
- AnimeTV Revamps the Top Five Countdown ()
- Nausicaa at 15th annual Environmental Film Festival ()
- Vic Mignogna at Tadokucon ()
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